TAMMY ABRAHAM'S agent will earn a pretty penny every transfer window he stays at Roma.
It's reported by Corriere Dello Sport the Englishman's agent, Neil Fewings, will receive nearly £350k for every single window the Premier League export remains at the Conference League champions.
According to Corriere Dello Sport, the 24-year-old is happy playing under Jose Mourinho and is not looking to move on.
This comes despite interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs, after what turned into a breakthrough season at the top for Abraham.
It had been reported Manchester United and Arsenal were interested in signing the England international.
However, Abraham's personal desire to stay as well as the situation of his agent looks set to put those rumours to bed for now.
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Both sides are desperate to rebuild their attacks after missing out on a place in the Champions League for the upcoming season.
Arsenal's struggle for goals was obvious, and with Abraham scoring 26 in all competitions he has proven his quality to fill that void.
The Gunners are reportedly looking at Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus to look to address these woes, with a deal for the Roma man seemingly off the table.
United meanwhile are dealing with a lack of depth up front, with a rebuild surely on the cards under new boss Erik ten Hag.
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After missing out on Darwin Nunez to arch-rivals Liverpool, the Red Devils turned their attention to Abraham as a new number nine.
With the reports that he wont be going anywhere this summer, Ten Hag might be hoping for a return in form for Marcus Rashford, who has already been seen training on his own for next season.
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